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9 thoughts on “ Hoot and Peep

  1. says:

    I purchase so many books, that I rarely review them, because it would take up too much time. However, the reaction my preschool students had to this one just begged for a review. It is a simple story, with a sibling theme that resonated to many of the children. In a multi age classroom, it appealed to those without siblings as well. The children loved the sounds of Peeps words, accompanied with the voice I chose for her and requested to hear the story over and over, until they could recite it from memory. They had only two bits of constructive criticism, which they put in the form of questions. 1. Why does Hoot say Hoo and not Hoot? and 2. Why does Hoot learn to sing Peeps words, but Peep never learns to say his word?


  2. says:

    illustrations are so important, this is the first reason i chose the book for my 2 year old grandson. he loves owls, so the book caught my attention for that reason, but the illustrations i saw on line made me decide to purchase it instead of another owl book. what i hadn't expected was the text. wow! what a great story line and i really appreciate that the story line is simple and yet packs a powerful message. AND the story is so fun to read with all the sounds the owls make. i know this book is going to be a big hit with my grandson!


  3. says:

    My 5yo daughter loves owls and loves both books by Lita Judge about Hoot & Peeps. She is learning to read and enjoys trying to read the story on her own. The illustrations are beautiful. I highly recommend.


  4. says:

    Illustrations are very pretty. My toddler is into owls and this delivers. It has a cute storyline and beautiful illustrations. Added bonus: it introduces toddlers to the Paris skyline!


  5. says:

    I saw this book while at a local library with my 3 year old granddaughter and was captivated by the enticing cover! The illustrations are adorable and the plot is heart warming and educational, particularly since my granddaughter has an older sibling. The three of us have reread this book several times already. We have made owl paper bag puppets and put on plays, recreating the story. We all love this book!


  6. says:

    Super cute picture book for kids, wish it were less expensive. Thanks for selling it, though.


  7. says:

    great little book about doing your own thing instead of what others tell you to do.


  8. says:

    Really cute story, purchased for a niece who has a new baby sister.


  9. says:

    Sweet story and wonderful pictures. I'm giving it to my daughter for Christmas. She has a new little sister so I thought the story about siblings was appropriate.


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 Hoot and Peep

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Up in the magic of it all Hoot doesnt understand Peeps awe until he takes a pause to listen and realizes that you're never too old to learn a little something newFrom the beloved authorillustrator of the classic picture book Red Sled this gorgeous read aloud celebrates the wonder found in little thingsand in the hearts of dreamers young and ol. Sweet story and wonderful pictures I'm giving it to my daughter for Christmas She has a new little sister so I thought the story about siblings was appropriate Soonish: Ten Emerging Technologies That'll Improve and/or Ruin Everything pause to listen and realizes that you're never too old to learn a little something newFrom the beloved authorillustrator of the classic Discordia picture book Red Sled this gorgeous read aloud celebrates the wonder found in little thingsand in the hearts of dreamers young and ol. Sweet story and wonderful Stage Mum pictures I'm giving it to my daughter for Christmas She has a new little sister so I thought the story about siblings was appropriate

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In the night skies above Paris an adorable young owl teaches her older brother about the power of imaginationand the unconditional love between siblingsHoot the owl is very excited for his little sister Peep to join him on the cathedral rooftops She's finally old enough to learn all his big brother owly wisdom First owls say hooo Second they al. I purchase so many books that I rarely review them because it would take up too much time However the reaction my preschool students had to this one just begged for a review It is a simple story with a sibling theme that resonated to many of the children In a multi age classroom it appealed to those without siblings as well The children loved the sounds of Peeps words accompanied with the voice I chose for her and reuested to hear the story over and over until they could recite it from memory They had only two bits of constructive criticism which they put in the form of uestions 1 Why does Hoot say Hoo and not Hoot and 2 Why does Hoot learn to sing Peeps words but Peep never learns to say his word Breaking into Information Security: Learning the Ropes 101 power of imaginationand the unconditional love between siblingsHoot the owl is very excited for his little sister Peep to join him on the cathedral rooftops She's finally old enough to learn all his big brother owly wisdom First owls say hooo Second they al. I Men in Kilts purchase so many books that I rarely review them because it would take up too much time However the reaction my The Killing Of Katie Steelstock preschool students had to this one just begged for a review It is a simple story with a sibling theme that resonated to many of the children In a multi age classroom it appealed to those without siblings as well The children loved the sounds of Peeps words accompanied with the voice I chose for her and reuested to hear the story over and over until they could recite it from memory They had only two bits of constructive criticism which they Birthday put in the form of uestions 1 Why does Hoot say Hoo and not Hoot and 2 Why does Hoot learn to sing Peeps words but Peep never learns to say his word

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Ways say hooo Lastly they ONLY say hooo But why would Peep say hooo when she could say schweeepty peep or dingity dong Why would she speak when she could sing As she explores the breathtaking Parisian cityscape Peep discovers so many inspiring sights and soundsthe ring of cathedral bells the slap of waves on stonethat she cant help but be swept. Super cute picture book for kids wish it were less expensive Thanks for selling it though